Out Cold = 1.5/10. I think this was the first movie I put on my to see movie list. So, apparently my list began in 2001. I have no idea how this awful "movie" made it onto my list. Wait, yes I do. I was 20 at the time.
Friday the office had a 50th bash for a co-worker. I was very proud of my decoration/creation:
Ok. I was more proud of my internet skills that led me to this idea, but it's still cute.
Have you ever had a certain characteristic brought to your attention that was not particularly wrong/gross, but just different? Yesterday, I went to Johnny Carino's with Doug. He was sitting there with those big lovey-dovey eyes and a slight smile watching me eat and said, "I think it's cute the way you cut your food."
Me: Huh? What's wrong with the way I cut my food? I think that's how my mommy taught me to cut it.
Doug: Maybe when you were six and couldn't do it any other way.
Me: Oh yeah? Well, how do YOU cut your food?
He proceeded to show me. It's completely different than how I cut my food and much more mature looking. I was completely mortified. Not because Doug thought it was "cute." I felt embarrasesed at the potentially large number of people who could have thought "Wow, she cuts like a six year old" over the course of my lifetime. I've decided that my way works better for me and am going to stick to how I cut my food: